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You gotta see this one. Oh the irony!
On his own TV program, Skeptic and Paranormal debunker Michael Shermer takes part in a remote viewing class, where he actually scores an amazing hit! The target in the hidden envelope was a picture of Stonehenge. Shermer drew a cluster of objects in a circular pattern, which resembled Stonehenge. Even he was momentarily amazed. What's even more incredible is that another guy in the class actually wrote the word "Stonehenge" on his paper while trying to remote view the target!
Shermer, though he acknowledges that this things happened, quickly forgets them.
Then he goes on to attempt his own experiment with the class. Two of the best remote viewers were chosen. They ended up getting some hits. Shermer's target was a picture of galaxies taken by the hubble space telescope. One viewer drew something similar to a galaxy. The other drew something that looked like the Hubble Space Telescope!
Shermer, not knowing what to conclude, said his experiment was inconclusive and that the whole thing was subjective.
When Shermer himself got the amazing hit, perhaps the universe was trying to tell him something?
Anyhow this really makes my day! A Skeptic scores a big hit on a remote viewing experiment?! HAHAHA!
Here is the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40QVp8_P ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY4MTKa2 ... re=related
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